Tom C. Rawlings Director Regional Life Skills Workshops

Tom C. Rawlings Director Regional Life Skills Workshops

Tom C. Rawlings Director Regional Life Skills Workshops Candis Jones, ILP Director Our Why. The goal of the GARYSE/The Chafee Program Living Life Skill workshops is to provide ILP eligible youth with various life skills to assist them in being selfsufficient when they decide to leave foster care at 18 or age out at 21. Our window of opportunity is limited, and therefore introduction to, and participation in the life skills learning opportunities is paramount for our young people. Lookback: 2018 Life Skills Workshops Our collaborating partner responsible for workshop execution (MAAC) has provided an End Of Year (EOY) report. Their charge was to influence the following areas: Increasing youth attendance while reducing the number of no-shows. Increasing the capacity at workshops. Increase interactive and engaging workshops.

Youth Participation by Gender Gender # of Youth % of Youth Female 829 51.7% Male 774 48.3% 1603 100.0% Grand Total Age Youth Participation by Age # of Youth % of Youth

15 77 4.8% 16 243 15.2% 17 356 22.2% 18 376 23.5% 19 315 19.7% 20 136 8.5%

21 66 4.1% 22 32 2.0% 23 2 0.1% Grand Total 1603 100.0% Participation by Ethnicity Ethnicity/Race # of Youth % of Youth Asian or Pacific Islander 4

0.2% Black/African-American 923 57.6% Hispanic 85 5.3% Multi-Racial 7 0.4% Unable to Determine 1 0.1% White/Caucasian 583 36.4% Grand Total

1603 100.0% Regions Workshops by Region Oct-Dec17 Jan-Sept 18 Cancelled Total Executed 1 6 14 2 18 2 6 14 3

17 3 6 14 2 18 4 5 14 3 16 5 6 14 3 17 6

6 14 0 14 7 6 14 0 14 8 3 12 0 12 9 6 14 0

14 10 6 14 2 18 11 6 14 2 18 12 6 14 3 17 13

7 18 1 24 14 6 24 1 29 Total 81 208 22 246 Programmatic Data Fiscal Year 2018 Notes Trainings Offered

246 There was at least one training in every region. Youth Registered 685 Average number registered for a workshop per month. Youth Trained 506 Youth approximately trained per month. Youth Registered and No show 3033 An average of 337 youth per month. Possible duplication monthly. 42.2% of the participants are under the age of 18 20% under the age of 17 What does this date show.

Average of 506 young people trained per month Average of 18 youth trained per Region Average of less than 1 youth under the age of 16 trained per region per month What strategies should we employ to increase the number of the youth under the age of 17 participating in Regional Workshops? How can we target youth directly to increase participation? How can we market the importance of Life Skills trainings with staff and who are our greatest influencers? What have we done before that worked well that we should employ? Youth Notification System Life Skills Workshops Workgroup College Tour Workgroup Youth Transition Guide Workgroup Transitional Living Conference Future Work Group Endeavors.

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